This interactive session will have everyday literacy and numeracy experiences set up so participants can 'play' as well as learn.
Learn how to develop project work that can engage children in deep and sustained learning across the curriculum through long and short term planning.
How can we use the provocations from the Reggio Emilia approach to think reflectively and develop practices that support great learning for children?
‘Becoming’ a new director is exciting and challenging. We can set you off on a successful journey and ensure you have access to the tools and information needed.
Learn how to set up systems to ensure you are meeting your service obligations for HR compliance with the NQF and leave with a spreadsheet ready to customise.
Come and join Benjamin, an experienced OSHC Director, as he explores creative ways to keep staff engaged and part of your OSHC community to ensure the best outcomes for all.
Spend the day learning simple marketing and digital marketing principles and techniques to develop a marketing plan that supports your service viability!
Utilising the principle of reflective practice, this session will inspire and motivate you in your work to support children to make sense of their behaviour.
Following on from the first of these sessions we look at more responsibilities of Directors' and how to mange your time, resources and people.
Come along for Q and A with an Authorised Officer
In this session you will learn how to weave Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, educational philosophies and child rearing practices in a meaningful and authentic way.
The regional Zoom series aspires to make professional learning opportunities accessible in short and information packed sessions from wherever you are located.
QA1. Educational Program and Practice. Come along to this hands on session engaging in everything QA1.
‘Becoming’ a new OSHC director is exciting and challenging. You may be newly appointed or considering this as a career option.
Enjoy a day of lights, colours and optical illusions exploring the land of mirrors, colourful shadows and nature’s paint palette.
Following on from the first session, we look at more responsibilities of OSHC directors and how to manage time, resources and people.